How to reach
By Rail :Reaching Goa by train is easy from Mumbai (490 km), Bangalore (430 km), and Delhi (1,874 km). Goa's two main stations are at Margao and Vasco Da Gama.
By Road :We can provide you the tourist car or coach for the road transportation, even from the neighbouring states of Maharashtra, Karnataka and also for the in city drives and sightseeing trips.
The location of Goa makes it easily accessible. Travelling to Goa, the best tourist place for India is comfortable. Situated on the western coastline of India, the Union Territory of Goa is sandwiched between the states of Maharashtra and Karnataka. The capital Panaji is at a distance of 592 km from Bangalore and 593 km from Mumbai. The waters of the Arabian Sea wash the coastline of Goa. It is split into two districts-North Goa (STD Code: 0832) and South Goa (STD Code: 0834). North Goa includes the capital city of Panjim, the former capital of Old Goa, Fort Aguada and Candolim, Chapora, Vagator, and the beaches Calangute, Anjuna, and Baga. South Goa includes Vasco da Gama Bogmalo, Margao, Colva and Benolem. Being near to the sea, Goa enjoys a maritime climate, with April and May being very hot. The Goa Beach Resorts sitauted on the beach sides are the best way to enjoy Goa. Christian Pilgrimage tours to Goa are usually taken up around the Christmas and New Year.
By Air: Goa's international airport is Dabolim, at a distance of 29 km from Panaji, on the coast near Vasco da Gama. Most domestic airlines operate here apart from the chartered private airlines operating from UK and Germany. Getting round the place is quite easy several ferry services are also available. We would provide you all India tourist permit vehicles for the local transportations and also for the intercity drives too.
Main Language : English, Hindi, Marathi, Konkani.
Temperature :Maximum 34°C , Minimum Temperature 20°C
Religion:Hinduism (64.62%) Christianity (29.85%) Others (5.53%)
Population :1,343,998 (2001)
Area :3700 sq. km
Currency :Indian Rupee (INR)
Literacy Rate :82.32% (2001)
Tourist season :October to May.
Blessed with rivers, backwaters and a long coastline, Goa is ideally located for water sport activities like sailing, para sailing, wind surfing, etc.
For the speed-lovers Goa offers the thrills of venturing into the sea on speedboats.
Windsurfing is a unique blend of surfing and sailing, which requires the surfer to adjust his strength and balance to the changing patterns of wind and water.
High fliers amongst the speed lovers can opt for parasailing. Both the Taj and Bogmallo Resort hotels provide the necessary equipment for this enthralling sport.
Water scooters accommodate two people on a ride.
There are two types of day cruises -- from the Panaji jetty, down the Mandovi into the Zuari bay and up the Mandovi to Aldona and a mineral water spring.